The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 22,1936 aid I* I*. Stfflnwn and *p«tit Stm- , . Stliiman. Boy fCeene drove to Iowa <3fty Saturday to bring her daughter, ffieafior home for a £wo weeks' Eleanor Is attending «he t Bartholomew wul l«v» Wednesday to spend Jn Mffitieapons with Mrs. ' Miter-, M rs. L. H. University. „ <*• D - Shimiway drove to Port Dodge last Tuesday and brought her mother, Mrs. A. o. Obrecht, to Algoha for a visit during the holidays. Joan afcnaltc of Jefferson, daughter of inland -Ian. -Ralph Schulu, .left fw HI* hoflie Wednesday after aptndlnt A few days visiting her aunt, Mrt, Marvin Clements. MM. Minnie Holland of Maxwell 111 arrive Christinas eve to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. G. "W. Stlllman and family. Mrs. Holland Is Mrs. Stillman's mother. John Shllta of Mason City, and Metvln Shllts of Omaha will arrive -Christmas eve to spend Christmas and the week end with their parents, Mrt' and Mrs. Frank Shllts. John fipencer arrived from Iowa City Friday night to spend a two -weeks Christmas vacation with his another, Mrs. Emily Spencer. John Is attending the Iowa University. Mr. and Mrs. K, B. Lewis of Storm Lake will spend Christmas -With Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Pals- ley and daughter, Eugenia. Mr. *nd lira. Lewis are the parents of ifrs. Paisley. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Clow of •Coldwater, Michigan, will spend •Christmas and the week end with the latter's mother, Mrs. Minnie Long. Mrs. Clow will be remem- "bered aa Gertrude Long. ^ Stokes Is expected Thursday from Minneapolis to spend Christmas and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Ruth Is employed as secretary in a doctor's office. Mrs. C. J. Scanlan, bookkeeper at Chrlschlllea A Herbst, has been confined to her home since Wednesday with the flu. Mrs. Paul Bell Is taking her place until she will be able to work again. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. McCpllough and children, Maurine and Bob, spent Sunday at Newton visiting Mrs. R. F. McCullough, Mr. McCullough's mother, and Mrs. S. J. Geddes, Mrs. McCullough's mother. Marion Rising will arrived at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, Thursday to spend Christmas and the week end. Marion is employed by the Wisconsin Lumber Company at Des Moines. Ja«et Zerfass will arrive In Algona Thursday and remain until the following Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass. Janet Is employed at the Treasury Procurement office at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Reed of New Castle, Indiana, became the parents of a baby girl, born Friday, December 18. Mrs. Reed will be remembered as June Adele Aman, and is the daughter of Mrs. Jessie Aman. Marguerite Dnlzlel arrived home today, Tuesday, to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Marguerite is a senior at Grinnell College at Grlnnel), Iowa. She Is majoring in physical culture. Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Bergfleld and son, Phil, and Phyllis Good will spend Christmas at LeMars visiting at the homes of Mrs. Franklin Clarke, and Mrs. Evart Eyres, the latter two being daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bergfleld. W. O. McCullough took Ray Anderson to the hospital at Iowa City Saturday In the ambulance for treatment. Ray Is the youngest son of Fred Anderson, and has been in the Kossuth hospital for the past two weeks. Melzar Falkenhainer and his son, Tasker, and daughter, Diane, drove to DCS Moines Saturday, and from there flew to Chicago. The plane trip was a Christmas present to the children. They will drive a new car back from Chicago. Best Wishes for the Holiday Season And our sincere thanks for your patronage. Algona Coffee Shop A XMAS WISH FOR YOU The best of everything is our holiday wish for you and yours. Swift & Company IOWA Bargain Theatre - 21c Sunday—Four Daya 2 of the World's Best 2 Re-issued for your pleasure No. 1—"Tops for Ever" IN THE NEW SENSATIONAL MUSICAL ROMANCE Second Big Hit Wallace Beery, Leila Hyams, Lewis Stone and Bobert Montgomery IN THE BIG CUSE Hs« AUUtKIMC Attraction* Thurs.-Fri.-Sat HIM Avtrey in "Oh Susanna" Jaw, Family in "gacfc to Mrs. Cttftrtea Lathrop left Saturday morning: to spend the winter at Salem, Oregon, with her children, Frank and Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barteh of Jackson, Minnesota, arrived Thursday and are guests of the latter's extended visit Bister, Mrs. Peter Waldron. M. M. Potter. Chartos W. Humphrey of Charles City will be a guest at the W. C. Steele home Christmas Day. The former la a brother of Mrs. Steele. Gnette for the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart were the latter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Beamish, and daughter, Juanlta, from Iowa Falls. Emma Spongberg of West Union arrived in Algona. Saturday and will spend two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AI Spongberg. Emma is a teacher in the West Union schools. Evelyn Smith arrived* Friday evening from Iowa State T?each- ers College at Cedar Falls, where she is a student, to spend the Christmas holidays with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harlg took file latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon to Ames, Sunday evening, where the McMahons caught the train for Los Angeles, California, to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and daughter, Elizabeth, plan to leave Wednesday and spend Christmas and the week end at Flint, Michigan, as guests of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward James. William Greenfield sold his 40- acre farm southwest of St. Benedict to Perry Phillips. Mr. Greenfield will move to Algona, March 1, and will locate on the W. W. Plxler property, which he recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlgars drove to Des Moines Saturday, where they met their daughter, Margaret, and brought her home for the Christmas holidays. Margaret is a student at the teachers' college at Cedar Falls. Mrs. G. L. Vohs spent Tuesday evening at West Bend attending an operetta, "The Story Book Man", In which two of her granddaughters, Janice and Carrol Jean Vohs had parts. The girls are daughters of Carl Vohs. Dick Post, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post, arrived Friday night from Iowa University at Iowa City to spend the holidays. He accompanied John Baker of Bancroft, who will also spend the holiday season at home. P. H. Hargreaves returned from Illinois, Saturday, where he had been called to attend the funeral of his brother, George, who had been killed in a train and automobile crash. Mr. Hargreaves had been gone about ten days. Dennis Pratt will drive to Cedar Falls Friday to bid on a schoolhouse electrical job. He will also go to Ames and bring home his daughter, Esther, hre guest from South America, and Marlon Hoppe, to spend the holidays. Gertrude Zender, who Is a sophomore at Clarke College in Dubuque, sang a solo recently before the Dubuque Klwanls club during one of Its programs. Gertrude plans to spend the holiday vacation here with her father, F. C. Zender. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Meiwel and son, Hugh, Ames, will arrive in Algona Wednesday to spend the holidays with Mrs. Menzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. R. E. Menzel is doctor of chemistry at the Iowa State College at Ames. William Monlux arrived homo on Monday night from Iowa State College at Ames and his brother, Robert will arrive from Iowa City on Friday, where he Is attending the Iowa U., to spend the holiday season with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux. Harriet Smith, daughter of Mrs. Neal Smith, who teaches in the high school nt Aclair, nrrivcd home Saturday for a two weeks' vacation. Another daughter of Mrs. Smith, Lcona, primary teacher ut Swale- dale, will be home Wednesday for her Christmas vacation. Mr. and Airs. It. J. Grover, DPN Moines, will be week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace. Mr. Grover and Mrs. Wallace are brother and sister. They will all be guests at Burt for Christinas dinner ot another sister of Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. C. V. Smith brought his 9-year old son, Donald, home from the hospital at Iowa City Friday evening. Donald has been receiving treatment at low* City for spastic paralysis. He has been put In a cast and will remain at home six weeks before going back to continue treatment. Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark of Wichita, Kansas, spent the week end in Algona on a business trip and renewing old acquaintances. Mrs. Clark will be remembered as Margaret Hunt. She graduated under Miss Minnie Coate and was schoolmate of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, and Mrs, T. P. Harrington. Guests for Christinas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilled will be, hia mother, Mrs. John Spilles and his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poirot and Bobbie of Whittemore, and Mrs. Spilles' sister, Mrs. Gordon Dingman and daughter, Betty, anil her father, John Denninger of West Bend. Helen Sterling returned to Algona from Fort Collins, Colorado, Thursday. She has been attending a commercial •allege there, anH came back to accept a position in the offices of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, taking the place of Katbryn Deim, who was married Thursday. Helen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling. Mrs. Donald C. Hutchison returned to Algona Sunday evening after spending a few days in Cedar Rapids with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulze, and at DCS Moines with her sister, Mrs. Frank Carroll. Mrs. Hutchison had accompanied her mother, and sister, and a brother, R. J. Schulze of Napa Valley, California, to Cedar Rapids. The latter three had been her guests last week until Thursday. Mr. and aim. Theodore UoeOers and Mrs. Mary Sorensen left for California Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goeders will spend three months at Long Beach, California. Mrs. Sorensen will be at Huntington Park, California. She will also visit her son, Elmer, at Denver, Colorado. Elmer U employed in the legal department of the American Telephone & Telegraph company at Denver. The party will stop at Boulder Dam on their way out Elele Helmke will ftpwid Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with her father, J. H. Helmke at Whittemore. Mrs. tda Potter of Seward, Iowa, will arrive Wednesday to make an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. . M. Potter. Esther Helbcrg and children, Durwood and Shirley, will spend Christmas with the former's mother at Sheldahl. Frances Clayberg, local teacher, left Saturday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayberg of GrinnelL Kathryn Kaltt of Washington, D. C., arrived Saturday evening and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kain over the holidays. Charlotte Hilton will spend the holidays with her brothers, Jack and Bill. She Is attending business college .in Minneapolis. E. R. Waller of St. Paul will arrive here Thursday to spend Christmas with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waller. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapaaddle and family of Burt, and D. D. Clapsaddle will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle for Christmas dinner. Betty Gunn arrived Friday to spend her Christmas vacation with her mother, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Betty is a student nt the Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Virgil and son, Bobbie of Omaha wore week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. I Shlerk, Mrs. Virgil and Mrs. Shierk are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse spent Sunday at Fairmont at the C. A. Suter home. Mrs. Suter, who passed away two months ago, was the sister of Mr. Kruse. Alanley Hoppe, chief chemical engineer for Parr Instrument Co. at Moline, Illinois, will spend Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. Mr. and Mra. Arnle Horsford guests of Mrs. Bernard Yoeman, spent Sunday at Fort Dodge, and made the acquaintance of the Yoeman infant son. James Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Bunkofske and Marlene Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo were baptized Sunday. The Rev. P. J. Braner officiated. Airs. Anna Younie of Norway, Iowa, arrived Wednesday to spend Christmas and the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Van Dorstan. Mrs. Younie is Mrs. Van Dorstan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Max Stein and son, Yale of Chicago arrived Monday to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Stein are the parents of Mrs. Greenberg. Betty Murtagh arrived Friday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Murtagh. Betty is a student at the Ward-Belmont girls' school Nashville, Tennessee. Mr*. Phoebe Moore, 87, who makes her home on North Dodge street, with her daughter, Mrs Anna Sutton, fell Friday and broke her right hip; The bone was set and she is rallying well despite her years. Father Ahman attended the funeral of Father Schleier at Remsen, Monday. Rev. Schleier died suddenly on the train Friday returning to Rerosen from Chicago, pastor of Father Ahman. pasotr of Father Ahman. Catherine Selzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer, will be home Saturday to spend the week end with her parents. Catherine is taking nurse's training at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, and has been on night duty for the past month. George Hohenbcrgrr, who in ill at the home of his son, John, at Livermoro, is getting weaker, suffering from high blood pressure. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbnch and Hcv. and Mr.s. P. J. Braner vi.sitcd George Hohenbcrgcr, Sr., at Livcrmore, Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. Lloyd Muckoy spent Sunday ut the Dick Wcrmer- scn home in LuVerne. .George Wurmersen of Miller, South Dakota, was also u Sunday guests at LuVerne. George and Dick are brothers of Mrs, Muckey. Dick is recovering from an illness. Ilev. and Sirs. C. Paul Carlson entertained the young people of the church at a Christmas Candlelight supper at the church, Sunday evening. There were 60 guests. Twenty-five new members were I taken into the membership of the Presbyterian church, Sunday morning. Rev. Carlson states. Bertha DunieU of Burt was a visitor one day last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Fannie Cunningham, who received a broken hip when she fell from a chair three weeks ago while hanging some washing to-dry. Mrs. Cunningham is 81 years of age and the reports of her condition are unsatisfactory. Raymond Anderson wait taken to Iowa City Saturday for medical treatment. His brother, Homer, accompanied him. In his weakened condition the trip was hard on him, and his wife was called to Iowa City Sunday, but by the time she arrived he had shown considerable improvement He will be removed to Oakdale soon for treatment. Dorothy Sellstrom, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, will spend Christmas with her parents. Dorothy teaches English and music at Harcourt, Iowa. Bob Sellstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Seil- stroni, arrived last Thursday to spend the holidays with his parents. Bob is attending the Guat- avus Adolphus college at St. Peter, Minnesota. Alary Thompson, three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Thompson of Estherville, is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Miller while her parents are in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller and niece, Donnabelle Merron, will take Mary home on Christmas day and will spend the day with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson at Estherville. Mrs. George Paine, mother of Mrs. George Free, will return to her home in Pasadena, California, after visiting in Algona for the past few weeks. She will be accompanied by Mrs. S. B. French who will spend the winter in Los Angeles, California. They will leave Friday. Mrs. French's daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Cidney Laird and Jane, will Join her as soon as the first semester in school in completed, and they will then reside in Hollywood for the winter. During their absence Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathe* will occupy their hou*e. Frank EMer went to Remsen, Iowa, Monday noon, to attend the funeral of a cousin, Rev, Fr. Schleier. Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Scantan of Rock Valley will spend Christmas and the week end with Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan. The former are the parents of Dr. Scanlan. Mrs. John Schleier of Fort Atkinson and Peter Smith of Calmar visited with their niece and sister, Mrs. William Wels and family, Sunday afternoon enroute to Remsen to attend the funeral of Father Schleier. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. May, Edna and Geneva Scharlach of Des Moines, will spend Christmas and the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Mrs. May, Edna and Geneva are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Scharlach. Mr. and Mra. B. P. Richardson will drive to Ames some time during the holidays to visit their son, Max, student at Iowa State College. Max Is working in the Ames theatre and will be unable to visit his parents nt this time. Skimmer Miller of Oklahoma City will spend Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. His wife, the former Beth Janse and infant son, will return with him. The latter two have been guests of the Janse's for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Turtle and family will leave Thursday to spend Christmas and the week erfd at Perry with Mrs. Tuttle's parents, vtr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell, and at !)es Moines with Mr. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle. Airs. W. E. Laird and daughter, 3etty, left Sunday evening for Mason City and will stay until Wednesday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ives. Mrs. Laird and Mrs. Ives are sisters. The Ives family will move to Des Moines Decem- ler 26. Mr. and Mrs. Theo, Herbst are he parents of a daughter born at he Kossuth hospital, Friday rnorn- ng, December 13. The baby has leen named Josephine Adell after her two grandmothers. The Herbsts have two other children, Teddy and Joe. Bob McCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, G. McCullough, arrived home for the holidays Friday night He came with Bob Hamilton of Lakota and Chuck Hanna of Burt, who were also going home for the holidays. The boys are students at the Iowa University at Iowa City. Dennis Meyers, head line coach at Brown University. Providence, R. I., came Saturday for a few days' visit with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Meyers and other Algona friends and relatives. He expects to go to Missouri to sec his father, Who is visiting a brother there, and will then Join his wife for Christmas In Ohio at the home of her parents. Ray Aldenon, wlto is employed at the Algona Auto Market, had the left side of his face burned Friday when a blow torch ignited gas fumes as he lay under a car In the garage thawing out some pipes. His eye-brows and lashes were badly singed and the skin seared, but the Injuries were fortunately of a minor degree. His heavy woolen jacket saved his clothing from catching flre. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Smith of Fort Peck, Montana, and their son, Thomas, will spend a few days this week visiting at the home of the former's brother, H. M. Smith. J. C. Smith is an engineer on the Fort Peck Dam now under construction. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Tommy have been visiting the former's parents at Washta, and Dorothy DoMott and two of her school friends will arrive Thursday to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mcrritt. They will also spend the holidays at Sheldon, Sioux City and parts of Nebraska. Marion Gllmor« will accompany them here and spend the holidays with his mother mid his grandmother, Mrs. J. Q. Jnm- Ison. We Want To Wish All Our Friends A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Fill up with White Rose Gasoline and Enarco Motor Oil and start the New Tear right WaMron A Solberff Ind. Distributors ^ Ih$&@&&i3&&&^; liyn Drone Service Station 146 Across from Hotel Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Joyous Holiday Season C. S. Johnson And Sincere Wishes For A Happy New Year (Watch the Ford Go By in 1937) Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA BEAD U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS Airplane Streamlined 4 M£ l type. . . JLU V nring Wind insport Plane . 29c Cedar Chests Large size Medium size. . . 49c Small size lOc Sewing Machine Actually »w^c, .. .'a clothes. Opeiatt., baud. Complete CHILD'S AUTOMOBILE Extremely well built small car. Body is heavy gauge automoh' 1 * steel. 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